The style of play was very exciting, the fashion less so, but there were a number of things worth noting at the Atlanta Athletic Club.
Orange, in almost a "safety-vest" hue, was a popular color. Call it the Fowler Effect, but this outlier shade has become more mainstream. Even Phil Mickelson got in the act, donning orange pants.
2 of 5Robert Beck/SI (McIlroy); Marty Bingham/Zumapress (Donald)
Windowpane-check trousers that is, a basic plaid with a larger overplaid, or "windowpane" looked good on several players, including Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy (shown), as well as Matt Kuchar and the eventual winner, Keegan Bradley, on Thursday.
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What, Anders Hansen worry? Major championship or not, the laid-back Dane wore a white Lacoste shirt (with the top two buttons open and collar askew), wrinkled khakis, a plain black belt and beat up black golf shoes three days in a row! By Sunday he looked as if he had just rolled out of a sand trap after a monster bender.
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With his metronome-like waggling, Jason Dufner established his own unique style and looked pretty good in a pink Peter Millar golf shirt and silver-gray pleated trousers. We even liked the touch of green on the shirt. These are colors that all work well together. Very golfy.
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With Keegan Bradley's win, his clothing sponsor, Oakley, has lucked out again. In the sponsorship crapshoot, Oakley has rolled a 7-11 now with both Rory McIlroy and Bradley wearing their "O." The PGA winner wore Oakley apparel head to toe, including the company's Take Pant 2 stretch trousers and new SuperDrive Tour golf shoes.
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